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[Footnotes]

1 Spencer W. Kimball, Proceedings of Regional Representative Seminar (Salt Lake City, 1974).
2 Willa Appel, Cults in America: Programmed for Paradise (New York: Holt Reinhart & Winston, 1983);
Robert S. Ellwood, Religious and Spiritual Groups in Modern America (New Jersey: Prentice Hall, 1973);
Joseph M. Hopkins, "Cult Specialists Assess Non-traditional Religions in the Mid-Eighties," Christianity Today, 9 Aug. 1985, 54;
Joseph M. Hopkins, "Experts on Traditional Religions Try to Pin Down New Age Movement," Christianity Today, 17 May 1985, 68;
J. Gordon Melton and Robert L. Moore, The Cult Experience (New York: Pilgrim Press, 1982);
Gordon Melton, "Why Cults Flourish," Whole Earth Review, Spring 1987, 48;
James and Marcia Ruden, Prison or Paradise? The New Religious Cults (Philadelphia: Fortress Press, 1980);
Steven Strasser and Pamela Abramson, "Why People Join Cults," Newsweek, 3 Dec. 1984,36.
3 David O. McKay, in Improvement Era, Feb. 1962, 86.
4 Marion D. Hanks, "Agency and Love," Conference Report (Oct. 1983), 21-23.
5 Spencer W. Kimball, "Absolute Truth," Ensign 8 (Sept. 1978): 3-8.
6 Henry D. Moyle, in Conference Report (Oct. 1947), 46.
7 Neal A. Maxwell, "The Great Plan of the Eternal God," Conference Report (Apr. 1984), 27-31.
8 Joseph Smith, Teachings of the Prophet Joseph Smith (Salt Lake City: Deseret News Press, 1938).
9 Brigham Young, in Journal of Discourses 9 (1862): 279.
10 Richard G. Scott, "The Plan for Happiness and Exaltation," Conference Report (Oct. 1981), 12-14.

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